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      Debian: The biggest is
still the best.

      Mailing lists

      debian-68k@lists.debian.org

      This mailing list discusses the port of the Debian GNU/Linux distribution to the m68k platform. More information on the Debian port to Linux/m68k is available on the Distributions page.

      m68k-list@redhat.com

      This mailing list discusses the unofficial port of Red Hat Linux to the m68k platform. More information on the port is available on the Distributions page.

      linux-mac68k@mac.linux-m68k.org

      This mailing list discusses the port of Linux/m68k to the Apple Macintosh. More information on this port is available at the project website.

      ql-developers@nvg.ntnu.no

      This mailing list discusses the port of Linux/m68k to the Q40 and Q60. More information on this port is available at the project website.

      linux-m68k@lists.linux-m68k.org

      History

      The agreed-upon death of the old Linux-680x0 list at vger.rutgers.edu in late 1995 brought about the renaming of the Atarix list at phil.uni-sb.de to linux-m68k. Now that Linux/m68k has its own domain, the preferred address is lists.linux-m68k.org, but it is still hosted at Saarbrucken.

      Policy

      Please note that general user questions are more appropriate for the newsgroups. The linux-m68k mailing list is intended for kernel and system development.

      Any questions about this mailing list can be directed to Benni Lorenz, linux-m68k-owner@lists.linux-m68k.org.

      linux-apus@sunsite.auc.dk

      This mailing list discusses the port of Linux to the PPC-based Amigas (APUS stands for Amiga PowerUp Systems). More information on this port is available in the APUS FAQ.

      ml-linuxvme@vespa.unix-ag.uni-siegen.de

      Note: This list is probably dead.

      This list discusses the port of Linux/m68k to work on VMEbus hardware. Some information on this port can be found at ftp://vespa.unix-ag.uni-siegen.de in the directory /pub/linuxvme. Some other VMEbus material is archived at ftp://ftp.uni-erlangen.de. More recent material is available from Richard Hirst and others.

      General Linux lists

      If you are interested in general (or i386) Linux development, I recommend the LinuxHQ mailing list archives. Spot the posts from your favorite Linux/m68k developers in linux-gcc and linux-kernel.


      Chris Lawrence <webmaster@linux-m68k.org> (31 Dec 1999 at 01:25 CST)
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